Touching the Sound: The Improbable Journey of Nobuyuki Tsujii
Nobuyuki Tsujii’s mother knew her young son had a special gift when she sang Jingle Bells one day and he played along on his toy piano. He was not even two years old, and had been blind since birth. This inspiring documentary traces Nobuyuki’s journey to becoming a world-class pianist, from his childhood and student years to his Carnegie Hall debut and the world’s concert halls. The film shows not only his extraordinary talent, but his charming sincerity and ability to connect with audiences.
Log in to rate programs.
No online rights or broadcast dates.
With access to the legendary leader's never-before seen letters, historian Andrew Roberts sheds new light on Napoleon as an extraordinarily...
Christmas Music from Rosslyn Chapel
This wonderfully atmospheric setting is the venue for this programme of traditional carols celebrating Christmas. There is no better way to get in the...
What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar
This tongue-in-cheek account of Day's turbulent and successful life combines film clips, music and interviews for an engaging look at...
The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution
In this four-part series, art writer Waldemar Januszczak sets out to prove that there’s more to Impressionism than its postcard-pretty image....
Snapshot: The Art of Photography
This six-part series showcases innovative Canadian photographers from across the creative spectrum.
Sergei Rachmaninov: The Last Romantic
The St. Petersburg Philharmonic closes the Annecy Classic Festival and joins forces with its iconic conductor Yuri Temirkanov for a pure Rachmaninov...
Filmmaker Shelley Saywell and singer and activist Lorraine Segato document the music and stories of those living on the margins of society and bare their souls through their songs on the...